Okay … so given the access to something like Nandroid, I decided to give the CyanogenMod 9 Beta 3 a try on the Samsung Epic 4G. Here’s a few notes and pointers. Thing is, I probably won’t need that Nandroid backup …
I bit the bullet and decided to switch my Samsung Epic 4G to CyanogenMod 7.2 (RC 2). Here’s my advice on the install process and initial impressions.
My new place of employment provides some employees with cell phones. Currently, that phone is a Droid2. Here’s what I have to say about my experiences with mine.
A quickie post explaining how to get the calendar from your second GMail account onto your Android device. Also: Calendar colors, and holidays!
My university/soon to be former employer has their student (or former student) email run by Google. When attempting to add my GMail account as a second account on my Samsung Epic, I would get this error. Read on for my solution and pointers …
I got it for the ability to customize SMS tones per contact. I kept it for the additional features …
The first in what might be a series of posts on apps I personally rate very highly and think most users would find incredibly useful, I write up what I know and like about AppBrain. (And I actually make it through a post without referencing the phone I use it on!)
I’m seeing a lot of questions on the Samsung Epic 4G forums that I participate in regarding changing SMS tones or replacing the default SMS application. Here’s a collection of how-to’s regarding the topic.
Just under a week, a post about what I miss from the Palm Pre (and in a few cases, what Google needs to fix fast), what I really like about my Samsung Epic 4G, and tips for the average Epic user.